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In clinical tests, valance clovers prevented the development of painful blisters and ulcers in a third more patients who took the drug within 24 hours after observing the first symptoms of an outbreak compared to those taking a dummy drug (placebo).
The Valance clover is used twice daily as episodic treatment. In many countries, valance clovers can be used as a "suppressive therapy." Clinical trials have shown that this drug prevents or slows to 85% of herpes outbreaks. In suppressive therapy, you just need to take vale acyclovir once daily or possibly twice a day if outbreaks are very frequent. Side effects of vale acyclovir are usually mild and can kindlier headache or nausea. Acyclovir when acyclovir is used to treat episodic, can reduce the severity and shorten the duration of genital herpes outbreaks of a similar way to valance clovers. As valance clovers, acyclovir also shortens the time during which the herpes virus is detected on the skin surface. Treatment episode as acyclovir should be taken five times a day. It can also be used as suppressive therapy to help reduce the number of outbreaks.
If you take acyclovir as suppressive treatment, you need to take two tablets three or four times a day. The acyclovir side effects are usually mild. Include nausea and diarrhea. Fame clovers have been shown that face clovers reduces the duration of outbreaks when used as episodic treatment. It also reduces pain severity during outbreaks.
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